Elections

 

Election Information

Each year, a new ANUSA team is elected in Term 3. All positions are held for a period of one year, beginning December 1st and ending November 30th the following year.

The electoral regulations can be found from page 44 onwards of the Constitution.


2017 Election

Nominations for the ANUSA elections are now closed! The successful candidates will serve for one year from 1 December 2017.

Nomination Form
Full Call for Nominations
Election Nominations Booklet
Ticket Registration Form
Probity officer call for nominations
Conflict of interest probity

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2016 Election

Call For Nominations

List Of Nominees

Probity Officer- Conflict of Interest Declaration

 

2016 Results

President

Vice President

Treasurer

General Secretary

Social Officer

Education Officer

NUS Delegates

CASS Representatives

CBE Representatives

CECS Representatives

CoL Representatives

JCOS Representatives 

General Representatives

 

2016 Reports

Returning Officer’s Report

Probity Officers’ Financial Report

Probity Officers’ Disputes Report

 

2015 Probity Report

The PDF below records actual and anticipated expenditure by candidates and tickets during the 2015 ANUSA Annual Elections. According to section 2.11.6 of the Election Regulations (2015), Probity Officers must prepare a report after each Annual Election of the Association attaching candidates’ statements of spending and detailing a summary of the difference between anticipated and actual expenditure for each candidate and ticket. In lieu of this report, the 2015 Probity Officers present the raw data alone. Any questions should be directed to the General Secretary. VIEW RAW DATA >

 

We acknowledge the Ngunnawal and Ngambri people as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which ANUSA operates.
We recognise the continuing connection to lands, waters, and communities of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
We pay our respect to Elders, past and present, and commit to standing with our first nations people.

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